She lost her battle with the disease. A few days ago, Jeanette Maus, independent film actress and true jack of all trades, died at the age of 39 from colon cancer. “It is heartbroken that I inform you of the death of Jeanette Maus late last night due to complications from cancer. I am extremely sad but very proud of her, announced her companion Dusty Warren, on her Facebook account. fought so hard, with a lot of grace and optimism, inspiring me like many of you too, I’m sure. ”
It was a few months ago that the comedian announced Jeanette Maus’s illness by launching an online fundraiser to help pay for the actress’s medical expenses, who was also awaiting Crohn’s disease, and had recently contracted the Covid-19. Despite the treatments followed and the optimism of the medical teams, the 39-year-old artist, seen in particular in the film My best friend, my sister and me, with Emily Blunt and Rosemarie DeWitt, where she notably met her companion Dusty Warren.
Jeannette Maus, “an indomitable spirit”
Born in 1982 in the United States, Jeannette Maus embraced a career as an actress very early on. She quickly multiplied the roles in American independent productions including Charm City Kings, My Fiona or Dismissed. Viewers have also seen her in several short films, some of which she has produced. In parallel with her acting career, the young woman was also a teacher and coach at the John Rosenfeld studios. After the announcement of his death, the establishment paid him a fine tribute.
“Our hearts are broken today. (…) Jeanette has been part of the JRS family for nearly a decade as a student, teacher, coach and friend”, we can read. They notably describe “an indomitable spirit”, and an actress who “was hungry to be the best person, the best teacher, the best friend and the best actress that she could be”. “The world has lost a force of nature and we will feel it for a long time. We are lucky to have known it and it touched everyone who knew it”, concludes the establishment.
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